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Your safety is always a top priority with Bellair Charters and Airporter Shuttle!


  • Our safety record is one of the best in the industry.
  • Our drivers must pass state Department of Licensing written and road tests before they start the training process.
  • Our drivers are trained in vehicle and traffic safety, and emergency response procedures, by our dedicated full time driver trainer.
  • Our vehicles undergo rigorous safety inspections before, during and after each trip.
  • We adhere to a strict, multi-tiered inspection and maintenance program to keep our fleet in top shape.
  • Our staff of mechanics represent over 50 years of vehicle maintenance and repair experience.
  • We are a Transportation Safety Exchange (TSX) approved carrier, passing their detailed inspections and rigorous standards.
  • The Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) rates Bellair Charters fully compliant with all safety and maintenance regulations.
  • We employ a full-time Safety Director on staff.

Why take the risk?

You may be surprised to learn that many companies in our industry are not fully licensed to perform the services they advertise. This can lead to dramatic interruptions in your travel itinerary, especially when crossing international and state borders. Even using the Interstate highway systems with an unregistered vehicle or company could lead to a cancelled or delayed trip.

Airporter Shuttle / Bellair Charters is fully licensed and registered with the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission and the Federal Department of Transportation. We're also approved by the Department of Defense to provide service to and from military bases for military and civilian personnel.

Professional Staff

Bellair Charters and Airporter Shuttle's trained office staff, experienced mechanics, and professional drivers make our service the most reliable in our area.

We are always prepared to handle an emergency situation. We have a 24-hour dispatch center, 24-hour on-call mechanics and a complete network of support services that will get you back on the road as quickly as possible.

As part of our commitment to safety, our drivers continually undergo safety courses as part of their ongoing training.

Awards and Inspections

2013
Approved Operator - Transportation Safety Exchange (TSX)
Highest Safety Rating - Department of Defense
Highest Safety Rating - WUTC

2012
Highest Safety Rating - Department of Defense
Highest Safety Rating - WUTC

2011
Highest Safety Rating - Department of Defense
Highest Safety Rating - WUTC

2010
Highest Safety Rating - Department of Defense
Highest Safety Rating - WUTC

2009
Highest Safety Rating - Department of Defense
Highest Safety Rating - WUTC

2008
Two millionth rider carried by Airporter Shuttle / Bellair Charters
Highest Safety Rating - Department of Defense
Highest Safety Rating - WUTC

2007
Highest Safety Rating - Department of Defense
Highest Safety Rating - WUTC

2006
Highest Safety Rating - Department of Defense
Highest Safety Rating - WUTC

2005
Highest Safety Rating - Department of Defense
Highest Safety Rating - WUTC

2004
Small Business Person of the Year-Whatcom County; Larry Wickkiser, President
Highest Safety Rating - Department of Defense
Highest Safety Rating - WUTC

2003
Small Business Person of the Year-WA State;
Small Business Administration; Larry Wickkiser, President
Highest Safety Rating - Department of Defense
Highest Safety Rating - WUTC
One millionth rider carried by Airporter Shuttle

 

*Bellair Airporter Status

Sunday, January 22nd, 2017

 

Parking

Yakima- Available

Bellingham- Available. Call 24 hours in advance to check availability.

Burlington- Available

 

 

I-5

Southbound:

On time.

Northbound:

On time.

 

Westbound:

On Time.

 

Eastbound:

On Time.

 


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